Registrations open for energy storage conference

Wednesday, 02 March, 2016

The Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition, taking place from 1–2 June at Australian Technology Park, has officially opened registrations. The event will see over 2000 conference delegates and trade visitors gather together to get a glimpse of a future with energy storage.

With the theme of ‘Thinking smart about energy storage’, the two-day event will engage discussion and debate about energy storage solutions at the fringe of grid and for remote and mining communities. The conference, set to feature 45 speakers including 10 internationals, will showcase innovative battery case studies of commercial energy storage solutions and how virtual net metering is being implemented.

This year’s exhibition will move into the main exhibition hall at Australian Technology Park, enabling a display of energy storage solutions from over 40 exhibitors including Toshiba, Kokam, S&C Electric, Redflow, Saft and many more. The exhibition provides the opportunity to source new solutions, network with peers, experience new technology and keep pace with the industry.

The event will also see the debut of Renewable Cities Australia, to be co-located with the conference and exhibition. This offers a two-day forum for local government and industry to share the plans, achievements and challenges of Australian cities and towns on the path to 100% renewable energy.

Conference early-bird rates end on 1 April and registration to the trade exhibition is free.

What: 2016 Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition
When: 1–2 June 2016
Where: Australian Technology Park, Sydney

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